Napping, on the Job?  Damn Straight.

Turns out it’s awfully hard to get work done, when you work from home, in particular…  and your bed is RIGHT THERE, seducing you.  And, maybe a furry friend wants to snuggle.

Well, if we could look to the person on the right of us, and the one on the left, one of the three of us will nap, today.

According to a recent survey, one-third of people who’ve been working from home (especially the pandemic) admit they’ve been NAPPING on the clock.  If you’re going to really need a nap, sleep experts say you should shoot for about 20 minutes (not much more), between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m.

And that’s not the only non-work thing people have been squeezing in while they’re working from home.

  • More than 60% (2 of 3) have spent more time on social media or texting, than they used to, when they had to go into work.
  • Other things people have been doing include taking more breaks, playing video games, taking care of their kids, doing outdoor activities, applying for other jobs, and doing, quote, “bedroom activities that would get you sent to HR.”

But does your company KNOW you’re doing non-work stuff right now?  Another survey shows 35% of people who are working from home think their company is tracking what they’re doing.

See the full story, HERE:  Zippia / YouGov

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